School Calendar


Hi there, and welcome to the English department's blog at La Merced.

This is where you'll find all kinds of things, from instructions for your homework , to news and gossip from school, photos, music...You'll even find a way to earn extra credit ; answer the questions that you find in the blog and see how your grades improve!

So add it to your favourites now!

We hope you'll take part in it too, sending us things you think are interesting or funny, and then we'll turn it into a really cool blog.

Hope you like it!

Tuesday, 27 December 2011

A really nice Christmas advert, and a question for you!

He can't wait for Christmas, but not for the reason you think.

I'll give credit for any student who can explain the meaning of the video by filling in the following sentence; "It is better to____ than to____".

Tuesday, 20 December 2011

The Christmas Story

"They called him Jesus and they loved him"

Monday, 12 December 2011

The best posts of the year 1

I'm going to re-post a series of the best that we've seen over the year.
Remember this?. It's totally insane!
You won't believe this. This is Norway, so it's in the Norwegian language. Be patient, and keep watching. It's worth the wait! tp://

Sunday, 4 December 2011

Great ideas for Christmas presents!

Check out this crazy monkey, racing fighter jets across the Swiss Alps with a jet pack on his back. I'm going to write a letter to Santa Claus, asking for one of them.

Sunday, 27 November 2011

More happy music (Geek pop number 3)

Here's a song that is guaranteed to make you smile.
Hope you like it!

Thursday, 24 November 2011

ESO Exam timetable on the calendar

You can now find your exam calendar on the blog calendar.
Good Luck.

Wednesday, 16 November 2011

Festival of Music next Tuesday. Saint Cecilia

Saint Cecilia (Latin: Sancta Caecilia) is the patron saint of musicians and Church music because as she was dying she sang to God. It is also written that as the musicians played at her wedding she "sang in her heart to the Lord". St. Cecilia was an only child. Her feast day is celebrated in the Roman Catholic, Anglican, Eastern Orthodox, and Eastern Catholic Churches on November 22. She is one of seven women, excluding the Blessed Virgin, remembered by name in the Canon of the Mass. It was thought that she was a noble lady of Rome who, with her husband Valerian, his brother Tiburtius, and a Roman soldier Maximus, suffered martyrdom, c. 230, under the Emperor Alexander Severus.

Friday, 11 November 2011

Spanish boots of Spanish leather.

Nowadays, we travel all over the world, and there are very few places that we can't visit.
But before the age of air travel the world was full of mysterious places that people knew very little about. Spain was especially mysterious, because it was a closed society, and the only images that reached the outside world were photographs of Andalucia, and the poetry of Lorca, peasant villages and dark eyed dancing girls, mule trains and orange groves. Spain was something Dylan had only read about; so when he writes a love song about a girl who's going away he sings of; "the mountains of Madrid, and the coast of Barcelona" and because he knows that she isn't coming back, he asks her to send him something to remember her by; "Spanish boots of Spanish leather"
Enjoy this great song!

Tuesday, 1 November 2011

Here's a video that will bring a smile to your face

This is my favourite song and video at the moment. "Geek Pop" at its finest, Here's Herman Dune, Brilliant dancing, great lyrics, and wonderful harmonies.
I wish I could dance like that!

Thursday, 27 October 2011

Skaters take over the city!

This is called the "Broadway Bomb", where thousands of skaters meeet in Manhattan and skate all the way across the city. Cool, spontaneous video, and great music too.
Enjoy your tour of New York.

Tuesday, 18 October 2011

Behind the scenes at the opera!

A group of students and teachers were invited to visit the Euskalduna opera house this evening and we were given a guided tour of the dressing rooms, the backstage areas and the dress rehearsal of the opera that opens on Friday; "Tristan und Isolde" by Richard Wagner. We were lucky enough to see the last half climactic hour, the famous death scene that is the high point of the opera. Thanks Marta for arranging it. In November we can do it again! this time for "Romeo and Juliet" You are welcome to join us.

Thursday, 13 October 2011

Iran, children and motorbikes

The dangers of cycling in South Africa

A mountain biker is hit by an antelope as he's cycling through the countryside.In the end, he wasn't hurt.

My favourite Norwegian football rap video

This is for those of you who want to practice your Norwegian, and the names of 1970s footballers.Javi and Igor, How many names do you recognise? Enjoy.

Wednesday, 5 October 2011

What the best football writer in English thinks of The New Athletic.

Here's one for all of you Athletic fans. The view from Sid Lowe. The best football writer in the business. This one's for you Igor...

Tuesday, 4 October 2011

English workshop song presentation.

Check out this song presentation, complete with music.

Good work Jon.

Friday, 30 September 2011

Before the rugby match! Who can get the advantage?

England against the New Zealand All Blacks. The Haka against "Swing Low Sweet Chariot" 80,000 voices sing as if they were one.

Monday, 26 September 2011

"The little team"

This is a lovely video about a kids football team from Catalonia. The kids are really funny, and they remind us that this is what sport should be like!

l'equip petit from el cangrejo on Vimeo.

Watch this and see what happens!

The guy who fell off his bike wasn't injured in the end.

Tuesday, 13 September 2011

The Rugby world Cup has started!

Many people,(me included) think that Rugby is a more beautiful game than football.
The Rugby world cup has just started in new Zealand, and here's a video sequence of Jonah Lomu, perhaps the best player of all time.
Enjoy the rugby and the music!!

Did you see the Tour of Spain?

Last Friday was a great day for everyone, for Igor Anton, for all cycling fans,even for students of La Merced , as they went home early.
Great scenes at the top of the mountain, as the wall of fans seperated to let the riders through. Just like the Tour de France!
Check out this commentators pronunciation!

Monday, 12 September 2011

Solidarity with our friends in America.

Ten years ago, something truly awful happened in the U.S.A. Some people say; "These horrible things are happening every day in other parts of the world and nobody cares"

This is true, but it's also true that "charity begins at home", which means that we start to care about the world outside of our personal lives by caring about the people who are closest to us.

Tuesday, 6 September 2011

The best in Bizkaia!!

Here's the student with the best Selectividad and Bachillerato marks in Bizkaia, and wow, she's one of us!!
She got a perfect 10 in 2 subjects and a 9,95 in English!
I'd like to know what mistake is worth 0.5%. Perhaps she forgot a comma or something.
Check out the links to the newspaper interviews that she has given. They're on the school web page in the "Noticias" section.
Well done Helena, and the very best of luck for the future!

Monday, 5 September 2011

No matter how you feel....

Well, However you feel;

Or perhaps you feel like this

Or perhaps you feel like this poor little thing!

(Remember to give the new little ones a nice smile when you see them over the next few days!)

Which one are you?

Do you feel like her?, or like him?

or like them?

Thursday, 7 July 2011

Thank you, Richard! I'm already back, and it's just now when I'm realizing how different some things are! So, I'll try to keep on writing. See you in September, looking forward to it! ;)

Wednesday, 6 July 2011

Homecoming. The prodigal returns!

Welcome back Irene, after two years away.
Thanks for your great contributions to the blog and we're all looking forward to seeing you back at school in September!

Tuesday, 21 June 2011

Summer holidays are here!!

I should better say that summer holidays are there, because here the school year finishes at the end of July. Students will be on holiday from the 27th, for a bit longer than a month, until the beginning of September. Don't think we are very lucky and we have longer time without going to school. Schools in England have the Christmas break, the Easter break and summer break as we do, but they also have a week off at the end of October, another one in February and another one in June. So at the end, they go to school more or less the same number of days, but they divide the terms in a different way.

I think tomorrow is your last day at school! I only want to wish you all a great summer! Enjoy!!And see you in September!

Monday, 20 June 2011

Ideas for doing sport in the summer!

Here's a couple of amazing skydiving videos.These guys, (and girls) have a limited time to get into position, and also have to avoid crashing into each other.

And in Prague, in the Czech republic they've just invented a wind tunnel to practice in!

Thursday, 16 June 2011

Everybody passed!

Congratulations to all of 2º Bachiller for passing your University Entrance Exams.
You've worked really hard and deserve the great marks that you've achieved. Very well done!

Now we all wish you a.....

Moon shadows

For those of us who live in cities where it's impossible to see a lunar eclipse, here's a good explanation of what it is.
Listen and watch, and see if you can answer the following.
Why does the moon stop shining?
How long will it be in darkness?">

Friday, 10 June 2011

Ballet; "A beautiful strength", and something to inspire the boys!

Dancers dancing.

Here are the future "Prima Ballerinas" of Europe's Dance companies.
Great video, (Really well edited!)
Well done.

Thursday, 9 June 2011


Anyone coming to the UK should go to a pub to have lunch or dinner! Most of them serve food everyday from the morning untill 9 pm. Some stop serving at 8, which is quite early if you follow the spanish timetable. At pubs, it's curious that you always have to order at the bar, and say the table number where you are sitting. If you don't they will not come to you. The most famous English meal is Sunday Roast. I can say it's lovely!!! I'm going to miss it when I go back!

In weekdays, there are normally offers at all restaurants and pubs. This way, you can find Monday is the steak day, Tuesday the curry day, and so on only for 4.99 pounds.

I also like that pubs normally have a different activity each day. Most of them organize the week so people can go and try different things, apart from food. There is always once per week Karaoke night, Quiz night, Open mic night... I'm going to try to go to a Quiz night and record a video, so you can see it! You can win money if you are very smart and guess all the answers!
Don't you find this a bit different from our pintxos bars?

Monday, 6 June 2011

Trekkers and canoists are cool! Well done if your legs and arms hurt!

Well done to you all who made it to the top of Atxarre today. You might like to know that you walked a total of 10 kilometres, in about 45 minutes, which is prety good, given how steep the path is.
I'm publishing these pictures for the benefit of the very small number of students who were too lazy to get to the top, so that they can enjoy the amazing views too!
More pictures soon.

Wednesday, 1 June 2011

Home again.

After a six and a half million mile journey, Endeavour returns to earth for the last time.
Listen to what the commentator says;
"After a journey of six and a half million miles Endeavour lands in the darkness, but it is a journey that is illuminated by the ingenuity and dedication of every astronaut, scientist, engineer, mechanic and dreamer that ever helped it fly..."
Great stuff.
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Sunday, 29 May 2011

Physical (corporal) punishment in schools around the world

Here's a great article about corporal punishment in schools in different countries around the world. As you will read,we're lucky enough to be live in a country which is in the "Premier League" of countries where children's rights are protected.Surprisingly, the U.S.A is in the 3rd division! Here's a map of all the States(in red) where children can be "smacked"

Saturday, 28 May 2011

THE match!!

The first picture is Wembley now. The weather doesn't seem to help a lot today!

And the second one is what Trafalgar Square in London was looking like today at 1 pm. Everyone is so excited about tonight's match! I wasn't lucky to get tickets for Wembley, but some friends of mine were, and they are sending me pictures, the atmosphere seems to be amazing!

The little Pea (Chicharito)

Sing this to the tune of "Let it be" by the beatles!
"Little Pea,Little Pea, Little Pea, Little pea, You are Javier Hernandez, Little Pea"
Good luck to Rooney and Chicharito tonight!

Wednesday, 25 May 2011

Eight minutes into Space, at 8 km per second!

As the Space shuttle program comes to an end, (Endeavour is up there right now, working on the international Space station), here's a video of something we're unlikely to see again.
Just imagine; there are 8 people in that spaceship travelling faster than the speed of sound!

Tuesday, 24 May 2011

Anything missing?

The picture is not a very good one, but can you spot any difference between the windows in your house and these?
The blinds, that we call persianas, do not exist anywhere but in Spain, or at least not in England.
They like to take advantage of the light. This way, they normally wake up at around 6 am and go to bed earlier than us, around 10 pm. What is really surprising is that in June the sunrise is at 4.30 am, and they don't need anything to stop the light coming in!! They normally have sutters and blinds like the ones we have at school!

Friday, 20 May 2011

Guggenheim's creator designs; "The melting skyscraper"

Frank Gehry, the architect who designed the Guggenheim in Bilbao has built another extraordinary building, this time in New York. It's less a building than a sculpture, where the metal lines are softened and "rippled" to make it look like it's melting before your eyes.

Watch, enjoy and if you can answer the questions, well, you know, it's bonus points for the 3º evaluación!

  1. In which year was the Empire state building completed?

  2. Is the skyscraper for ofices or for homes?

  3. New York was the first_______ city

Wednesday, 18 May 2011

Man tries to take a pony onto a train

True or false?
No animals are allowed on trains in Britain.
The man wanted to travel for free.
He wanted to go to London.

Tuesday, 17 May 2011

You don't like skirts? He doesn't like long trousers

Schoolboy in a skirt:

Pupil protests at rule forcing boys to wear trousers during hot weather

Read and answer these questions if you can.
Why is he wearing a skirt?
What are the rules about uniform at his school?
What is the school's policy about make-up?

Sunday, 15 May 2011

Bombing practice. Answer the following questions

Here's a very strange thing. A beautiful part of the country, where only sea birds and the occasional fishing boat pass, and then the most dangerous warplanes man has invented.
Watch the clip and see if you can answer the questions.

What is special about Garvie island?
Where is it?
What happens to some of the bombs?
Why is a bomb disposal expert's job safer under water? >

Saturday, 14 May 2011

Who are you supporting tonight?

Tonight is a great night! Eurovision night! Everyone here is watching it, it'll be showed in most pubs. Who do you want to win this year? I'm supporting the UK this time, represented by Blue!

Pirate Johnny and Mistress Penelope

Here they are. The most fashionable couple in Hollywood!

Thursday, 12 May 2011

Do you complain about lunch at school?

I should start saying something positive, but what I still don't get used to, is to have a sandwich for lunch in 20 minutes! And I must say I'm lucky, because a lot of people have lunch at 11.30!! while I do at 12.15 am. Can anyone think of having lunch at 11.30? You're still in your morning break!You'll think I'm crazy, but as all Spanish people here, I can't wait to have a nice and warm dish of lentils!

Wednesday, 11 May 2011

Adventures in Urdaibai!!

Multi Adventure School Trip to Laida - San Pedro de Atxarre

Date: 6th of June, 2011 (3º -4º ESO)


09:30 h Departure

10:15 h Arrival

2 Groups (3º y 4º ESO)

Group 1: 10:30 h -12:30 h Canoes in Laida (aprox. 2 hours)
12:30 h -14:30 h Trekking up to Saint Peter of Atxarre

Group 2: 10:30 h-12:30 Trekking up to Saint Peter of Atxarre

12:30 h -14:30 h Canoes in Laida (aprox. 2 hours)

Swimming costume
Comfortable clothes and trainers
Flip-flops (Important!)
Sun cream
Light jacket (if bad weather)

 The price of the trip is 18,5 € ( 10,5 € for the canoe hire and 8 € for transport)

Monday, 9 May 2011

Let's make a Fiesta photo slideshow.

If anyone has any good photos from the School fiestas, give them to me, and we'll make a slideshow. There will be prizes for the best photos and even for just taking part!

News from England!

Hi everyone!

As some of you might know I'm living in the south of England, in a town called Southampton. I've been here for over a year and a half and I'm working as a Spanish teacher at 3 schools.

From now on I'll be writing here English curiosities, things that I like and don't like, what it is like to live in this country, etc. If you have any questions about living here I'd love to answer them!

This is a picture of Southampton, Bargate, right in the city centre

See you soon,


The History of Pop music, in 3 minutes.

Well done 3º ESO A.

Sunday, 8 May 2011

Well done students and teachers!

Congratulations to both students and teachers for the charity football match.

In the end, the teachers won a really hard game, but the student team gave a great performance, coming closer to winning than any team before them.

So well done guys. With your efforts, A record amount of money was raised for the very good cause of the Merced Orphanage in Mexico.
You should all be proud.

We'll publish photos soon!

Friday, 6 May 2011

The best travel photography

Take 5 minutes and practice your listening by watching this audio slideshow of some amazing images.
Click on this little blue thing!

Tuesday, 3 May 2011

How to remove children's milk teeth!

My niece is 6 years old, the age when little girls'"milk"-teeth fall out.
She has a wobbly tooth, but she won't let me pull it out for her.
So I thought of another idea!!

Tell me what you think of my idea!

Sunday, 1 May 2011

Welcome Back!! It's a very short term!

Hi there, welcome back, and we hope you had a great Easter holiday.

Our team of dedicated journalists has been following events and have come up with these two funny bits from the Royal Wedding.
We've called it; "People in uniform being silly"

Thursday, 14 April 2011

And you think your school uniform is ugly?

Take a look at this. Which uniform would you choose to replace yours?

Wednesday, 13 April 2011

Learn how to draw in record time

Here's a good page on learning how to draw.
Copy and paste this link into your navigation bar

Monday, 11 April 2011

Cheerleaders at the match!

There will be cheerleaders at the students vs teachers football match. Yes that's right. If the action on the pitch is boring (a walkover by the teachers) then there will be action on the sidelines as the "Mercy Angels Cheerleader team" swing into action. More details soon!!

Thursday, 7 April 2011

This is truly incredible

You won't believe this. This is Norway, so it's in the Norweigian language. Be patient, and keep watching. It's worth the wait! Copy and paste this link into your navigation bar (at the top of your computer).(copiar y pegar este enlace en tu barra de navegación) tp://

Tevez Espikin in Inglis

Don't desperate if your English level isn't so good, here you have an interview to a player who lives in England. Watch the video and then think again about your English pronunciation level. ¿Is it so bad?

Wednesday, 6 April 2011

Champions Night

¿Have you realized that Torres & Drogba didn't pass the ball one to each other?
There is a moment in the match in the second half where Torres looks at Drogba because he doesn't go to make the pression and Torres has always to do it. We will see what happens next week but Manchester is on its way to the semifinal. Was it penalty in the end of the match to Ramires?
On the other side we have Barcelona, which it's going to play against Madrid in the other semifinal.

Tuesday, 5 April 2011

Breaking News!!!!!!

The school trip for the the third and final excursion of the school year has just been decided.
It will be on June 6th and its a multi-adventure excursion for 3rd and 4th of ESO.
We're going to Laida where we will go canoeing in Urdaibai and trekking up the mountain to San Pedro Etxarre.
We did this trip a few years ago and everybody had a great time.
More information soon!

B.M.E Kurt Cobain "17"

..."It´s better to burn out, than to fade it away". This is what Kurt Cobain wrote 17 years ago..... Kurt with his band Nirvana established themselves as the most successful band of the grunge scene in the he 90s. Albums like "Nevermind" or songs as "Smells like ten spirit" are consider classics nowadays.

Carnival Photo Winners

Here it is. The moment you've all been waiting for! The winners and prizes of the Carnival photos competition. The First prize is the Cambridge School Dictionary, and it's for "Two clowns with trumpets" The second prize is an Oxford notebook and it's for "Group on the beach" and finally, the third prize is a student's kit and it goes to Mulan and friends. If you haven't won, there's a consolation lollypop for you.
Ask me for the prizes at school, and thanks for taking part.

From Drop Box

Monday, 4 April 2011

Delay in Carnival competition winners

Because of disagreement about which photos are the best, the final decision about the winners will be made tomorrow. Sorry about the inconvenience.

Bilbao Live Festival 2011

B.M.E- Another two bands for this year´s Bilbao Live Festival: Vetusta Morla (one of the most successful Spanish indie bands in the latest years) and The Mars Volta (rock band from Texas). Remember that this sixth edition will take place from 7 to 9 July with names such as: Coldplay, Crystal castles, Blondie, Amy Winehouse, Tv on the radio, Chemical brothers....... Ticket price: 60 euros for a day 110 euros for a three day - pass

Thursday, 31 March 2011

Prizes for the best Carnival photos

The winners of the Carnival photos competition, as well as their prizes, will be announced on Monday 4th of April on this blog.

Vitoria and the Ice Cream factory

Have a look at the photos of 3º ESO's school trip. Nice photos. Well done photographer Naomi. You can find them on the "Your Photos" page.

Monday, 28 March 2011

My favourite video

This is one of my favourite pop videos of all time. It's really funny and always makes me laugh.
I love their fashion sense and humour.
The group is called "OK,Go" and they're an Indie band from Chicago.
This video has won lots of prizes.
Now I understand what those gymnasium machines are for!

Friday, 25 March 2011

How cool can a school trip be?

Great fun today, at the Ice Cream factory. Many thanks to Edurne and the other nice lady who looked after us.
Good people. Be sure to always choose Nestlé when you're buying an ice cream in the summer!
Send photos, and we'll make a cool collage.

Thursday, 24 March 2011

Formula 1

The new 2011 Formula 1 season starts in Australia this Sunday
To celebrate we've created a new F1 page, and we have opened it with a really great video montage. Check it out!!

Tuesday, 22 March 2011

Another optical illusion

Which animal can you see?
"It might be a ______ or it might be a ________"
Complete this sentence and win......

From Drop Box

Monday, 21 March 2011

Check out the new section; "Your photos"
As always, feel free to take part and give me photos you would like to see on the blog.
(Don't forget to ask those people who appear in the photo for permission)

Saturday, 12 March 2011

Message for the Students' team

Hi Alejandro, Imanol,Alvaro, Eneko, Borja and company.

I found this on the internet and I thought of you!

Thursday, 10 March 2011

Breaking News!!!!!!

More evidence of Merced teacher's secret life!!

More evidence has emerged that the Merced teacher who calls himself "Gorka" is in fact pop superstar Dylan.

Our chief paparazzi followed him to London this weekend where he went to make a new video.

As you can see he isn't very happy to be recognised by our reporter.

The rock and roll superstar had to escape from his fans when they recognised him . He got into a taxi and disappeared.

Our chief paparazzi found him again and asked him if it was true that he was Dylan, the rock giant, and that he was hiding in the mountains of Bizkaia from his fans because he was bored with so many wild Hollywood parties and girls.
He replied; "The answer to that is blowing in the wind"

Here is "Gorka's" latest video

Monday, 7 March 2011

Sunday, 6 March 2011

The craziest, most dangerous bike race in the world!!

Look at this. It's a bike race that takes place in Valparaiso,Chile.
As you can see, in the race you have to stay on the pavement!
You can hear the rider blowing a whistle to warn people to get out of the way as he races down the hill!
Watch out for the dog in the middle of the race!

Saturday, 5 March 2011

Teacher's team announce counter-attack signing!!!

Breaking News!!!

The Merced sports desk has just learned that the teacher's team is about to announce a new signing for it's annual match against Merced students.
It seems that the teachers have signed Georgie "Best" Ciscar, a homegrown talent, but who spent last year in london clubs, in and around Chelsea, learning his trade as a talented and creative clubber.
Merced teacher's manager, Javi "science can be fun" Martin commented that Georgie's arrival in the team would be very positive and that Georgie's creativity, and the solidity of "Asi Martinez" in midfield would allow veteran players such as goalkeeper Richie "el gato de Birmingham" and Igor "victory or death" Villarchao to feel confident about winning their 6th consecutive trophy.

Friday, 4 March 2011

Breaking News: Merced Student team's new signing

---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: Alejandro Diarte <>
Date: 4 March 2011 17:06
Subject: A new signing by La Merced´s ¨students¨ team!!!
To: Richard <>

Breaking news!!
La Merced´s ¨students¨ team has signed a new footballer!!!!
His name is Alvaro¨ el largo¨Balenciaga, and he has promised that he
is going to beat Richard and his teachers team!

Wednesday, 2 March 2011

Tuesday, 1 March 2011

This is something for the surfers

This is nice. It's a video of the surfing at Waimea river in Hawaii USA.
It seems that there is a river that flows into the sea, but that it is blocked for most of the year by waves pushing sand to make a wall that stops the river flowing into the sea.
Then somebody makes a small hole and a channel in this wall, and the millions of litres of river water come flooding out. Ideal for surfing. the music is cool too.

funny race

A race in which a F1 McLaren gives a big head start to two other mercedes.
David Coulthard is driving the McLaren.

Monday, 28 February 2011

Optical Illusions

What can you see?
An old woman or a young woman?
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The Child Catcher

Watch this clip from the film"Chitty Chitty Bang Bang"
We see a country where children are "illegal" and cannot ever be seen.
Here the "Childcatcher" arrives because he thinks there are children hiding nearby.
A really frightening character!

Thursday, 24 February 2011

Airbus A380 Contrail as seen from KLM Cockpit Boeing B747-400

Another amazing video,this time taken from the cockpit of another passenger plane over the South China Sea. The A380 is travelling at about 950 KMH and passes just under the other plane. Watch the last few seconds!!!

Usain Bolt - Recorde Mundial dos 200 metros Rasos 2008

Watch the man in the yellow shirt, who is running faster than your dad's car. It's Ussain "lightning"Bolt, : the fastest man in the world.Next summer he'll be in London for the 2012 Olympics.
A ticket to watch the final of the 1oo metres, which will last about 10 seconds will cost about 600 euros!!

747 Landing - St.Maarten

Here's an amazing video. It's from an island in the Caribbean, where the runway is next to the beach. More plane videos soon!!!!

Tuesday, 22 February 2011

Breaking News!!!!!!

Exclusive report reveals Merced teacher has secret life!!

Our reporter has discovered that the Merced teacher who calls himself "Gorka" is in fact George Dylan, a famous Rock and Roll star from the U.S.A.

Some students and teachers had already suspected that this teacher has a secret life, and believe that superstar George is tired of his Rock and Roll lifestyle and so comes to Lañomendi to hide from his millions of fans. "Maybe he's fed up with so many cocktails and girls" said one student yesterday.

George Dylan, alias "Gorka"
The cover of George's new album "Old Rockers Don't Use Combs"

Your songs
Can you put these song? is so beautiful!!!!

Saturday, 19 February 2011

Black eyed peas - where is the love (lyrics)

Great section about football!

Thank you so much Richard for giving us a perfect summary of the better competition in the world, the uefa champions league.
I hope you'll continue analizing our english teams matches next week, paying special attention to debut of Fernando Torres with Chelsea against Copenhagen.

BBC - CBeebies - Home

BBC - CBeebies - Home


Manager and players of the Teacher's Team met yesterday to discuss tactics and strategy for the next Teachers vs Students football match. Here we can see key front men; Igor "bicicletas" Villarchao and Asier "Ringo" Martinez in conversation with team manager Javi "Ros Geller" Martin

Teachers against students Football match, School fiestas